Shannon Johnson wouldn't live anywhere else. She calls it home. And home is Fresno's identity, or a place many call Tower District.
"This is just people in the community that thought it would be a good idea if we had a way to communicate what's happening in our neighborhood," said Johnson.
She's part of a group that's gaining major traction and it's just clicks away. A Facebook page called "Please Help Stop Crime In The Tower District," was created. More than 500 members are now literally and figuratively on the same page in their community.
"It's not like authority telling us something. It's each other watching each other's backs. That mean's more," said Johnson.
It means more to people like Winston Grady. "If anyone leaves their car overnight. There's a 50/50 chance it's going to be broken into," said Grady.
But Shannon says the biggest problem is people stealing bikes. "They come with bolt cutters. I think that's what started all this," said Johnson.
Police Captain Dennis Bridges is happy to see the conversation.
"Facebook is the 21st century bulletin board. This is where people can get info and be timely," said Bridges.
The Tower District made news on Easter when a pedi-cab driver was the target of road rage. Police just released a photo of the man behind the wheel of the car. They're still looking for him. His name is Juan Anthony Estrada. He's 26-years-old. Shannon says this page takes neighborhood watch to a whole new level.